New Movies In Theaters (11/18)

18 November, 2016 at 7:32 am

“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” (PG-13)

The new “Harry Potter” spinoff is the first of five movies set in the same wizarding world.
It’s actually based off one of Harry’s textbooks from Hogwarts. You may remember that J.K. Rowling published it in 2001 to help benefit Comic Relief. It included handwritten notes from Harry on some of the entries, plus a foreword written by Albus Dumbledore.
In the movie, Eddie Redmayne plays the book’s author, Newt Scamander. He’s a wizard from the 1920s who comes to America with a magical zoo hidden in his suitcase.
Unfortunately, a non-magic user gets his hands on the suitcase and accidentally releases a lot of the creatures, which gets Newt in trouble with the American version of the Ministry of Magic . . . the Magical Congress of the United States of America.
Colin Farrell is the wizard hunting them down . . . and the two lady wizards who help Newt avoid the law so he can recapture the beasts are played by Katherine Waterston from next year’s “Alien” prequel, and A Fine Frenzy singer Alison Sudol.
The rest of the cast includes Ezra Miller from the new “Justice League” movies, Zoe Kravitz, and Ron Perlman as a goblin who owns a magic nightclub.
But, more importantly, Johnny Depp also makes a brief cameo as the dark wizard Gellert Grindelward. And that will serve as a lead-in for him appearing in the sequels.

“The Edge of Seventeen” (R)

Hailee Steinfeld plays an awkward teenager trying to come to grips with her best friend dating her brother, while desperately searching for a relationship of her own.
Woody Harrelson is a teacher she turns to for advice, Kyra Sedgwick plays her mother, and the guy who played Ryder Lynn on “Glee” is her brother.

“Bleed for This” (R)

Miles Teller plays a boxer who fought his way back to the ring after a car accident left him with a fractured neck and the prognosis that he’d never fight again. Aaron Eckhart plays his trainer. It’s based on the true story of Vinny “The Pazmanian Devil” Pazienza.

“Officer Downe” (R)

Stars Kim Coates from “Sons of Anarchy” as a cop who keeps getting resurrected from the dead to fight crime. It’s based on a graphic novel from Image Comics, and it’s directed by Shawn Crahan from Slipknot.

“Nocturnal Animals” (R)

Stars Amy Adams as a woman immersed in a manuscript for an intense revenge novel written by her ex-husband, Jake Gyllenhaal.

“The Take” (R)

Stars Richard Madden from “Game of Thrones” as a pickpocket who’s framed as a terrorist and Idris Elba as a CIA agent who helps him clear his name. Richard Madden is the guy who played Robb Stark.

New Movies In Theaters (11/4)

4 November, 2016 at 6:16 am

Marvel’s “Doctor Strange” (PG-13)

Benedict Cumberbatch plays Dr. Stephen Strange, an arrogant neurosurgeon who learns to wield magic after a car accident does permanent nerve damage to his hands.
Rachel McAdams is the ER doctor who operates on him, Chiwetel Ejiofor helps begin his training in the mystic arts, and Tilda Swinton is the Ancient One, a bald little sorcerer who opens his eyes to magic and teaches him to bend reality to his will.

“Trolls” (PG)

Anna Kendrick teams up with the grumpiest troll in her village, Justin Timberlake, to rescue their friends after everyone else is captured by creatures who want to eat them.
It’s based on the troll dolls that became popular in the ’60s. The rest of the cast includes Zooey Deschanel, Russell Brand, James Corden, and Gwen Stefani.

“Hacksaw Ridge” (R)

Andrew Garfield plays Private Desmond T. Doss, the first conscientious objector to ever be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. Violence was against his religious beliefs but he still wanted to serve his country in World War II.
He enlisted as a medic and single-handedly saved the lives of 75 men by evacuating them from behind enemy lines during one of the bloodiest battles of Okinawa. It also stars Sam Worthington as his company commander.

New Movies In Theaters (10/28)

28 October, 2016 at 6:17 am

“Inferno” (PG-13)

Tom Hanks returns as Robert Langdon in the latest sequel to “The Da Vinci Code”, which is directed by Ron Howard. In this one, Professor Langdon has to stop a plague that would wipe out humanity, by using clues from Dante’s “Inferno”.
The only problem is, he’s suffering from amnesia and has to rely on Felicity Jones to help him try to get his memories back. She’s the chick who stars in “Rogue One”.
“Inferno” is actually the fourth book in the series, but the third one they’ve turned into a movie. The second movie was called “Angels and Demons”. Author Dan Brown just announced that he’s working on a fifth book that will be called “Origin”.
That one’s hitting stores next year. The third book is called “The Lost Symbol”, but there aren’t any plans to turn that one into a movie at this time.

“Gimme Danger” (R) (Limited)

A documentary about Iggy Pop and The Stooges, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Iggy launched in the late ’60s. It opens with the band falling apart in 1973 and includes new interviews with Iggy, plus old footage from their concerts.

“The Unspoken” (Not Rated) (Limited)

A horror movie starring Jodelle Ferland from “Silent Hill” and Syfy’s “Dark Matter”. She takes a job working as a nanny in a creepy house where another family disappeared two decades earlier . . . that’s secretly being used by drug dealers to hide their stash.

New Movies In Theaters (10/21)

21 October, 2016 at 6:19 am

“Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” (PG-13)

Tom Cruise returns as U.S. Army investigator Jack Reacher. This time he’s helping Cobie Smulders, who’s falsely accused of espionage after she gets too close to the truth while investigating the murders of soldiers from Reacher’s old unit.

“Keeping Up with the Joneses” (PG-13)

Zach Galifianakis and Isla Fisher start spying on their sexy new neighbors and then discover the neighbors are REAL spies. Jon Hamm and “Wonder Woman” Gal Gadot are the secret agents who reluctantly involve them in their mission.

“Boo! A Madea Halloween” (PG-13)

Tyler Perry’s latest turn as Madea has her freaking out and on the run from ghosts, zombies, and killer clowns after she agrees to keep her teenage granddaughter away from a frat party while her son goes out of town.

“Ouija: Origin of Evil” (PG-13)

The “Ouija” prequel is about Doris and Paulina’s childhood, where we see their mom hold fake séances and have Doris pretend to be the undead spirits. Until they get the Ouija board and a possessed Doris attacks starts killing people.

New Movies In Theaters (10/14)

14 October, 2016 at 6:12 am

“The Accountant” (R)

Ben Affleck plays a math genius with autism who works as an accountant for the world’s deadliest criminal organizations. He meets Anna Kendrick when he takes on a legit client to keep the government off his back.
But when she finds a $61 million discrepancy on their books, that puts both of their lives in danger and only his hitman-level skills can protect her.
J.K. Simmons is the federal agent trying to catch Affleck, John Lithgow is the head of the shady tech company that Anna works for, and Jon Bernthal from “The Punisher” and “The Walking Dead” is a hitman trying to silence them.

“Kevin Hart: What Now?” (R)

Kevin Hart does stand-up in front of 53,000 people in Philadelphia. It also includes cameos from Halle Berry and Don Cheadle in a James Bond parody at a casino.

“Max Steel” (PG-13)

A teenager becomes a superhero after merging with a “techno-organic” alien using powers he inherited from his dead scientist father. It’s actually based on a toy that Mattel put out in 1997, which spawned a few TV series. The latest is on Disney XD.

“Priceless” (PG-13) (Limited)

A guy tries to earn some quick cash by driving a rental truck across the country . . . no questions asked . . . and then finds two women locked in in the back of his truck.

New Movies In Theaters (10/7)

7 October, 2016 at 6:10 am

“The Girl on the Train” (R)

Emily Blunt stars in this psychological thriller as an alcoholic who thinks she may have witnessed a crime in her ex-husband’s neighborhood. But she’s prone to blackouts, and immediately finds herself a murder suspect after waking up covered in blood.
Allison Janney is the cop investigated the case.
Justin Theroux from HBO’s “The Leftovers” plays her ex, and Haley Bennett from “The Magnificent Seven” is his missing neighbor.

“The Birth of a Nation” (R)

Nate Parker wrote, directs, and stars in this historical movie about Nat Turner’s slave rebellion of 1831. Turner was a preacher who organized the other slaves to rise up and kill their abusive owners across several Virginia plantations.
Armie Hammer plays his owner, who initially accepted his offer to let him preach to the other slaves to help subdue them. The cast also includes Gabrielle Union, Aunjanue Ellis from “Quantico”, and Aja Naomi King from “How to Get Away with Murder”.

New Movies In Theaters (9/23)

23 September, 2016 at 6:20 am

“The Magnificent Seven” (PG-13)

Denzel Washington is a bounty hunter who takes a job from a young widow to help defend her town after her husband is murdered.
Chris Pratt is a gambler who helps recruit the others, including sharpshooter Ethan Hawke, and hunter Vincent D’Onofrio.
The rest of the seven are a Mexican outlaw, an Indian warrior, and an Asian assassin played by the guy who played Storm Shadow in the “G.I. Joe” movies.
Haley Bennett from “Hardcore Henry” is the widow, Matt Bomer from “White Collar” is her husband, and the bad guy is played by Peter Sarsgaard.
It’s a remake of a classic western from 1960. It original movie starred Yul Brenner, Steve McQueen and Charles Bronson.

“Storks” (PG)

Andy Samberg stars in this animated movie where storks have shut down production on babies and moved on to delivering packages. When a new baby order shows up, he decides to secretly make one last infant delivery without his boss knowing.
Kelsey Grammer is his stork boss, Jennifer Aniston and “Modern Family’s” Ty Burrell are the parents expecting the new baby, and Key & Peele are leaders of a wolf pack trying to stop the delivery and keep the kid for themselves.

New Movies In Theaters (9/9)

9 September, 2016 at 6:13 am

“Sully” (PG-13)

Tom Hanks plays U.S. Airways pilot Chesley Sullenberger, the guy who made an emergency water landing on the Hudson River after a flock of geese took out his engines during a routine takeoff in 2009. There were 155 people on board. Aaron Eckhart plays his copilot. And it’s directed by Clint Eastwood.

“When the Bough Breaks” (PG-13)

Morris Chestnut and Regina Hall play happily married couple who welcome a surrogate mother into their home . . . only to find out they’ve give their last viable embryo to a psychotic chick who’s fixating on both the husband and their unborn child.
Sort of like what you’d get if “The Hand That Rocks the Cradle” and “Fatal Attraction” had a baby. The surrogate is played by a chick named Jaz Sinclair.

“The Wild Life” (PG)

An animated movie about a group of animals that work together with Robinson Crusoe to build his tree house and protect their island from pirates. There aren’t any big names you’d recognize in the voice cast.

“The Disappointments Room” (R)

Kate Beckinsale stars in this psychological thriller as a mom who becomes obsessed with unlocking a secret room that isn’t on the floor plans of her new home.

“Other People” (Not Yet Rated) (Limited)

Molly Shannon plays a woman dying from cancer and Jesse Plemons from “Friday Night Lights” is her son, who puts his life on hold to help take care of her.

New Movies In Theaters (9-2)

2 September, 2016 at 6:15 am

“Morgan” (R)

Kate Mara is a risk-management consultant sent to evaluate an Artificial Intelligence that was bioengineered to be part-human, after it attacks a doctor who helped create it.
Jennifer Jason Leigh is the doctor who was attacked. Paul Giamatti, Michelle Yeoh, and “Game of Thrones” minx Rose Leslie are also in it. And a chick named Anya Taylor-Joy will give you nightmares as Morgan.

“The Light Between Oceans” (PG-13)

Michael Fassbender is a lighthouse keeper who lives off the coast of Australia with his wife, Alicia Vikander. They rescue a baby in a rowboat, then raise her as their own . . . until a chance encounter with Rachel Weisz brings reality crashing in.

“Yoga Hosers” (PG-13)

A horror comedy written and directed by Kevin Smith for his daughter. Harley Quinn Smith and Lily Rose Depp are two Canadian teenagers who team up to fight an army of tiny Nazis made out of bratwurst. Kevin plays the “Bratzis.”
Johnny Depp is in it too, but he’s almost unrecognizable beneath his heavy make-up as a legendary hero who helps them. That’s Lily’s mom Vanessa Paradis as their history teacher.
And Justin Long is their yoga instructor. There are even cameos from “Teen Wolf” star Tyler Posey, and that guy who stars on MTV’s “Shannara Chronicles”.

New Movies In Theaters (8/19)

19 August, 2016 at 6:21 am

“War Dogs” (R)

Jonah Hill and Miles Teller play two guys who exploited a loophole that allowed small businesses to bid on military contracts . . . and wound up with a $300 million contract to arm our allies in Afghanistan during the Iraq War. It’s based on a true story.

“Kubo and the Two Strings” (PG)

An animated movie about a kid with a magical musical instrument who’s on a quest to recover his dad’s armor and save his family from a vengeful spirit.
Kubo is Art Parkinson, who plays Rickon Stark on “Game of Thrones”. He gets help from Charlize Theron and Matthew McConaughey as his friends Monkey and Beetle.

“Ben-Hur” (PG-13)

Jack Huston from “Boardwalk Empire” plays a Jewish prince named Judah Ben-Hur who’s sold into slavery after being falsely accused of treason by his adopted brother.
So he comes back years later looking for revenge, by competing against the guy in a deadly chariot race in an arena where the losers are usually killed

New Movies In Theaters (8-12)

12 August, 2016 at 6:14 am

“Pete’s Dragon” (PG)

Bryce Dallas Howard is a forest ranger who finds a little boy who claims he lives in the forest with a dragon named Elliott. And the dragon sounds suspiciously similar to the wild stories her dad used to tell her when she was a kid.
Robert Redford plays her dad, and Pete is played by a kid named Oakes Fegley. It’s a remake of a 1977 Disney movie, only with MUCH better animation on the dragon.

“Sausage Party” (R)

Seth Rogen leads an all-star voice cast in this R-RATED animated movie about talking food that learns the truth about what happens when they leave the grocery store. It’s written by the same team behind “Superbad”, “Pineapple Express”, and “Neighbors”.
The rest of the cast includes Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill, Bill Hader, James Franco, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Paul Rudd, Nick Kroll, and Salma Hayek.

“Florence Foster Jenkins” (PG-13)

A half a century before there was William Hung, there was Florence Foster Jenkins. Meryl Streep plays a New York heiress who gained popularity in the 1940s for thinking she had the skill to be an opera singer . . . despite having a HORRIBLE singing voice.
Simon Helberg from “The Big Bang Theory” is her piano player, and Hugh Grant is her husband, who’s desperately trying to shield her from all the bad reviews as she somehow gets on the radio and then lines up a concert at Carnegie Hall.

New Movies In Theaters (7/29)

29 July, 2016 at 6:16 am

“Jason Bourne” (PG-13)

Matt Damon returns for the fifth film in the series as Jason Bourne. He’s a former CIA operative who’s been exposing shady government projects while recovering from the extreme memory loss he got in the first film.

“Bad Moms” (R)

Mila Kunis hits her breaking point from the pressure of being an overworked, underappreciated mom. So she recruits two other stressed out moms . . . Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn . . . to go wild and start having a little fun.
It’s written by the guys who did “The Hangover”. Christina Applegate and Jada Pinkett Smith are also in it as the stuck up “perfect moms” who run the school’s PTA.

“Nerve” (PG-13)

Emma Roberts joins an online competition called Nerve where players are offered cash to do random dares. Dave Franco is the guy she picks for her “kiss a stranger” dare. Then they’re partnered together for increasingly risky and dangerous acts.

New Movies In Theaters (7/22)

22 July, 2016 at 6:18 am

“Star Trek Beyond” (PG-13)

The Enterprise is ambushed and destroyed, which leaves most of the crew stranded on an alien planet in uncharted space. Idris Elba is the villain, and an Algerian minx named Sofia Boutella is an alien named Jayla who teams up with the Starfleet crew.
It’s directed by Justin Lin, the guy who did “Fast & Furious”.

“Ice Age: Collision Course” (PG)

Scrat chases his acorn into an alien spaceship, which launches him into space where he accidentally sets an asteroid on a collision course with Earth. So all the other Ice Age animals try to figure out a way to save the planet.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson plays a character in the movie, so they got him to weigh in on some of the science shown of the movie. (You can check that out here.)

“Lights Out” (PG-13)

Teresa Palmer is trying to save her little brother from a mysterious entity that stalks her family when the lights go out. Maria Bello and Billy Burke play her parents.

“Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie” (R) (Limited)

Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley make their big screen debut as the characters from the British sitcom “Absolutely Fabulous”. Edina and Patsy flee London and hide out in the French Riviera after accidentally knocking Kate Moss into the Thames river.

“Don’t Think Twice” (R) Trailer (Limited)

Keegan-Michael Key gets a shot at auditioning for an “SNL”-type show, and his other friends realize they aren’t all going to make it after all. The rest of his improv troupe are Gillian Jacobs, Mike Birbiglia, Kate Micucci, Chris Gethard, and Tami Sagher.

New Movies In Theaters (7/15)

15 July, 2016 at 7:11 am

“Ghostbusters” (PG-13)

The remake is directed by Paul Feig. He’s the guy who directed Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy in “Bridesmaids”. They play the two main ghostbusters in this one, as two best friends who are trying to prove the existence of ghosts.
Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones from “SNL” make up the other half of the team . . . Chris Hemsworth is their mantastic receptionist . . . and Andy Garcia is the mayor.
Nearly everyone from the original “Ghostbusters” came back to do a cameo but, for better or worse, they AREN’T playing their characters from the first movie.
In addition to Bill Murray, Annie Potts, and Sigourney Weaver, we’ve got Dan Aykroyd as a cabbie, and Ernie Hudson as the uncle of Leslie Jones’ character.

“The Infiltrator” (R)

Bryan Cranston is an undercover narcotics agent who infiltrates the operation of drug lord Pablo Escobar by posing as a businessman offering to launder their money. Diane Kruger is a rookie agent posing as his fiancé and John Leguizamo plays his partner.

New Movies In Theaters (7/8)

8 July, 2016 at 6:19 am

“The Secret Life of Pets” (PG)

Louis C.K. plays a dog who gets in a fight with Eric Stonestreet, the new dog his owner rescued from the pound. They end up getting picked up by Animal Control and have to work together to find their way back home.
Ellie Kemper is their owner, Kevin Hart is a rabbit named Snowball who breaks them out of the animal control truck, and Dana Carvey is an old dog on hind-wheels leading all the other pets in the building on a search for their missing friends.
It’s from the people who do the “Despicable Me” and “Minions” movies. Albert Brooks from “Finding Nemo”, and Bobby Moynihan from “SNL” are also in it.

“Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” (R)

Zac Efron and Adam Devine play brothers with a history of ruining family events with their extreme partying. When their family pressures them to bring respectable girls to their sister’s wedding in Hawaii, they reluctantly agree.
They put an ad on Craigslist and even make the talk show circuit after the video goes viral. Unfortunately, they end up with Aubrey Plaza and Anna Kendrick, a couple of party girls who are only pretending to be classy to get a free trip to Hawaii out of it.

New Movies In Theaters (6/24)

24 June, 2016 at 6:00 am

“Independence Day: Resurgence” (PG-13)

In the 20 years since the invasion, Earth scientists have been harvesting alien technology and using it to develop a defense system for when the aliens return.
But bases on Mars, Saturn, and the moon may not be enough since the motherships are larger and deadlier than last time. We also WON’T have Will Smith fighting for us in the sequel. His character has a heroic off screen death so his son’s the hero now.
Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman, and Brent Spiner are all back from the first movie. Goldblum runs our defense program, Pullman is the former President, and Spiner is the Area 51 expert. Apparently he’s been in a coma since he was attacked in the first flick.
Liam Hemsworth gets a lot of screen time as the pilot shuttling Goldblum around. And Maika Monroe is this movie’s eye candy. She’s taking over the role of the president’s daughter, which was originally played by Mae Whitman from “Parenthood”.

“Free State of Jones” (R) Trailer

Matthew McConaughey plays a poor white farmer during the Civil War who refuses to keep fighting for the South just so rich plantation owners can keep their slaves. The final straw is an unfair law that let families who own over 20 slaves avoid being drafted.
So he deserts the Confederate army and forms a group of freedom fighters with the other poor farmers and escaped slaves. And their rebellion led to Jones County, Mississippi seceding from the Confederacy to create their own free state.

“The Shallows” (PG-13) Trailer

Blake Lively plays a shark attack victim who’s stranded 200 yards from the shore with a great white circling and only a few hours left until high tide comes in and the waves cover the rock she’s using for shelter.

“The Neon Demon” (R) (Limited)

Elle Fanning stars in this horror flick as an aspiring model who moves to L.A. and sparks intense jealousy from other models. Christina Hendricks runs the modeling agency and Keanu Reeves is a shady character running the motel where she lives.

Movie Trailer: All Eyez on Me

17 June, 2016 at 6:37 am

New Movies In Theaters (6/17)

17 June, 2016 at 6:00 am

“Finding Dory” (PG)

In Pixar’s “Finding Nemo” sequel, Ellen DeGeneres’ character Dory remembers she has a family, then goes on a quest to find her parents with the help of Marlin and Nemo.
Albert Brooks is back as Marlin. And along the way they wind up at a place called the Marine Life Institute where they meet Ed O’Neill. He’s an octopus who only has seven arms, and his “Modern Family” costar Ty Burrell is a beluga with damaged sonar.
Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy are Dory’s parents.
The rest of the voice cast includes Sigourney Weaver, Idris Elba as a sea lion, Kaitlin Olson from “Always Sunny in Philadelphia” as a nearsighted shark, and Pixar good-luck charm John Ratzenberger. He’s a crab in this one.

“Central Intelligence” (PG-13)

Dwayne Johnson is a CIA agent who reconnects with Kevin Hart, the one guy from high school who stood up for him back when he was a chubby, bullied teenager.
He’s also trying to catch a terrorist who’s stolen the encryption key for our spy satellites, and needs Kevin’s help in trying to figure out who the real bad guy is. The rest of the cast includes Amy Ryan, Jason Bateman, and Aaron Paul.

New Movies In Theaters (6/10)

10 June, 2016 at 6:12 am

“Warcraft” (PG-13)

Orcs invade to escape a desolate, dying land. Most of them are determined to annihilate the human army. But a few others want to peacefully colonize and rebel against their leader, a warlock whose use of dark magic has destroyed their world.

“Now You See Me 2” (PG-13)

Morgan Freeman wants revenge for being framed for the Paris bank robbery in the first movie, so he lures the horsemen into a trap to force them to steal something for him. Daniel Radcliffe also joins the cast as the guy helping them plan the job.
Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco, and Lizzy Caplan are the Vegas magicians who call themselves the four horsemen. Mark Ruffalo and Michael Caine are also back from the first movie.

“The Conjuring 2” (R)

Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson return as paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. In the first movie they went to a haunted farmhouse in Rhode Island. In this one they go to London to help a mom whose kids are threatened by a poltergeist.
As some of you know, the Warrens were real investigators who went to the house from the “Amityville Horror” in 1976 and backed up the Lutz family’s claim that the house was haunted. The events from this movie take place a year after they went to Amityville.

New Movies In Theaters (6/3)

3 June, 2016 at 6:51 am

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (PG-13)

Tyler Perry is the scientist who uses the purple ooze to turn two of Shredder’s henchmen into the rhino and warthog mutants Bebop and Rocksteady.
Stephen Amell from “Arrow” joins the cast as Casey Jones, the dude in the hockey mask who rescues Megan Fox from Shredder’s ninjas after she steals some ooze.
Tony Shalhoub returns as the voice of Splinter and keep an ear out for Brad Garrett is the evil alien warlord Krang.


Me Before You (PG-13)

Emilia Clarke from “Game of Thrones” falls in love with a recently-paralyzed man as she fights to teach him how to live again. He’s Sam Claflin, who’s best known as Finnick Odair in the “Hunger Games” movies.


Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (R)

Andy Samberg plays a former boy band member who’s desperate to stay relevant after his latest solo album flops. He wrote it with the other guys from his Lonely Island comedy troupe. Sarah Silverman plays his publicist, and the rest of the cast is stocked with “SNL” cast members like Bill Hader, Tim Meadows, and Maya Rudolph.


”The Lobster” (R) (Limited)

Colin Farrell stars in this dark romantic comedy about a future where single people are given one last chance to find love and if they fail to do so, they get turned into animals.